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Word of the day: Advantage
Any state, circumstance, opportunity, or means specially favorable to success, interest, or any desired end:The advantage of a good training.
benefit; gain; profit:It will be to his advantage to learn English before going to America.
Superiority or ascendancy (often followed by over or of):His qualification gave him an advantage over the other applicant.
A position of superiority (often followed by over or of):Their advantage in experienced lawyers.
Benefit, Profit, Favorable.
Advantage, benefit, favor or profit all has a meaning of something that is of use or value. Advantage means anything that places someone in an improved position, especially in coping with competition or difficulties for example, such as: It is to one’s advantage to have traveled widely. Benefit is anything that promotes the welfare or improves the state of a person or group: a benefit to society. Profit is any valuable, useful, or helpful gain: profit from trade or experience.
It has been an advantage for us to have Amar in our team.
I lost, even though I had so much to my advantage?
We took full advantage of our opportunity.
He could have taken advantage of the moment.
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